The article of the year is a short essay by an American writer about the evolution of metal letters.
In “Metal Letters,” published in 2014, Andrew Pfeiffer describes how the letters are made by using a copper alloy that’s made of iron and nickel atoms.
The alloy is called an “oxide metal,” and it’s made by melting down the iron and adding nickel.
The resulting metal is called “oxy-metal.”
The letter, which has a metal surface and an internal surface of nickel, aluminum, or steel, has a shape similar to that of a regular letter.
Pfeffer writes: It is a beautiful form.
It is like a flower.
It has three lines, three rows, and two columns.
It’s symmetrical and it looks like a butterfly’s wing.
But, in reality, it’s not.
Metal letters are really very, very difficult to make.
When I first saw this article, I was really taken aback.
But now I’ve been doing research for years and I’ve seen it in action.
The metal letters have evolved into the letterpress, and in the process, the metal letters became more and more powerful.
When Pfeaffer began researching metal letters, he noticed a number of similarities.
First, both the shapes of metal letterforms have been changing over time.
In the early days, the letters were rectangular and very tall, with a few horizontal strokes.
The shapes changed to more round and vertical, with more horizontal strokes, and the letters became narrower and thinner.
Second, the shapes have remained constant over time, even when the metal letterpress has grown in size and sophistication.
In fact, some of the earliest metal letterform designs are actually quite similar.
In 1797, Pfeifers article mentions a French papermaker named Jean Dessalines who made the first metal letters in 1818.
The first metal letter-press was made by Alexander M. Tresch in Germany in 1845.
It was designed by Johannes von Bodegaerts, a German scientist.
But it was also the first of several innovations that the metal press had.
For example, the first printing press was made from the wood of the tree, and a letterpress was used to print paper, which was then folded and sent to a mail-order house.
But the first letterpress also helped revolutionize the metal writing process.
Metal letterpress metal letters were invented in 1873 by a German metal lettermaker, Otto Bohm, in Vienna, and were first commercially produced in 1904.
The process involves heating the metal and oxygen, turning it into a liquid, and then cooling it to remove excess oxygen and to remove the metal.
The letterpress and metal letter process is still in use today.
Today, the most popular metal letter is the “spaced letter,” which is made from two sheets of paper and has a single line.
Other letters are often made by heating the material, turning the liquid into a gas, and using an electric motor to push the material into the metal at high speed.
This process has been called the “laser” letterpress because it produces a letter at very high speed by heating it up.
There are a lot of different metal letter styles, and there are even letters that have a different metal composition, such as a paper with gold in it.
In a paper made from this process, gold can be found in all the colors and shapes that you would expect from gold.
It also has a different shape and weight than gold, making it look very different from the letter.
Other metal letter types include “metal” letters that are made from a solid metal, like aluminum or stainless steel, or by using an oxidizer like zinc, copper, or iron.
There’s also a metal letter that is made by mixing metal with oxygen and then turning the metal to produce a solid product.
These letters have been used in some of our most popular products, like pencils, books, and computers.
But there are a few exceptions.
Most metal letter forms are not made from iron or steel.
There is an exception, however, made by a certain type of letter called a “metal letter.”
This type of metal form is used in certain industrial products, and is also used in the metal-working process.
The letters that we are most familiar with today are the “regular” letters.
These are letters made from paper that are about two inches thick and have a width of about half a centimeter.
The regular letters are generally made from sheets of newspaper or magazine articles, but can also be made from newspapers or magazines.
In some industries, the regular letter form is called the regular type, because they have a similar width to regular letters.
Another common letter form, called a special type, is made of metal.
It typically is one or two inches in thickness and has an opening to allow the letter to be folded.
This is known as